Located on a historic block in the city’s Wicker Park neighborhood, this grand mansion fits in with its distinguished neighbors. The newly constructed residence was designed to blend in through the use of classical design methods. New brick and limestone were fabricated, but they were crafted in the color and designs of historical patterns. Traditional architectural details were used such as a projecting rooftop cornice, arched palladium windows, divided glass sashes, and limestone wainscoting. As a result, the front façade looks as if it has been standing from nearly one hundred years. The interior however, is all contemporary, with a large two-story atrium, an open floor plan, a steel and glass staircase, expansive glass windows, an elevator, roof decks, and multiple kitchens.
Architect: Audrain Architectur